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Originally Posted: Thursday, 01 October 2009, 17:37 BST
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I thought it would be nice to list a few references we've seen or heard about peeing or wetting.

For example this just come up on my twitter search:

My cat is rude - I didn't shut the door to the bathroom all the way cause I just had to pee, & he walks right in... bastard.

Clever cat!

Originally Posted: Monday, 23 November 2009, 02:04 GMT
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Texans right guard Chris White, starting in place of Mike Brisiel, apparently had a little issue during last weeks game against the Bengals.  And by issue, I mean he peed his pants.  “He couldn’t hold it, I guess,” tight end Owen Daniels said. “He didn’t want to play uncomfortable is what he said. I guess he had to go.”  White didn’t want to leave the field so he did the only reasonable thing.  “You got to do what you got to do in order to make plays,” White said. “I just did what I had to do to try to make a play.”  After the game White left a message on the field: “White peeded here.”

Originally Posted: Monday, 23 November 2009, 14:15 GMT
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Monday, November 6, 2006
Pee is only a wee bit gross
By Jim Caple
Page 2
Below is an article from ESPN from 2006 highlighting the 10 "grossest" things in sports, and sports journalism. Skip down to #1 for the good stuff. Also - I will mention that I found this article after seeing a football clip of a guy who had obviously peed in his uniform. So I searched online and this is what I found....

Moises Alou says he urinates on his hands to alleviate calluses. So does Jorge Posada. "In spring training only," Posada told the Newark Star-Ledger. "You don't want to shake my hand in spring training before the game. After the game, it's OK."
Ummm, on second thought, maybe just a friendly nod will do then, too, Jorge.

John Belushi, an inspiration to all.
Is there anything more disgusting in sports than an athlete urinating on his own hands? Yes. And not all of them involve Schottzie or David Wells.

10. Reporters eating in the press room. Remember John Belushi going through the Faber College cafeteria in "Animal House"? Multiply that by 30 and you have a slight idea of the scene in the pressroom before a game. It's not just the amount of food that reporters can put into their mouths -- and that is considerable -- it's the amount that falls out of their mouths. Some reporters' shirts still carry Roquefort dressing stains from the Tyson-Douglass fight.
9. Blowing chunks. Two-a-days in football and intense training in other sports can lead to the very ugly picture of athletes vomiting. (It has to do with the flow of blood to the muscles and the jarring effect on the stomach.) It's even worse when this happens during actual games. The ground may not be able to cause a fumble, but groundchuck can when it's regurgitated. Last year, Clemson center Tommy Sharpe, who says he vomits almost every game, threw up on the football during a snap. And after Sharpe lost his breakfast, the quarterback lost the ball.
Then there's U.S. marathoner Bob Kempainen. He pushed himself so hard during the Olympic trials in 1996 that he vomited during the 24th mile. But he still won the race, earning a trip to the Olympics along with the nickname, "The Vomit Comet."
8. Ballplayers scratching themselves and adjusting their cups. And if you see Wells do it in the middle of chewing and spitting, you'll be lucky if you don't still need counseling when you're on social security.
7. Donning a mascot's costume. Mascots, who sweat as much as Lance Armstrong during a mountain stage, can only clean their uniforms every so often. The Famous Chicken says his costume gets so hot and sweaty, "it's like wearing a rain forest."

The Famous Chicken marinates in its own sweat. Yum.
At least the Chicken can afford multiple costumes. Most mascots can't; and by the middle of hot summer in the minors, the inside of their costumes wouldn't smell worse if they were inside actual animals.

"On a scale of 1 to 10, the stench (was) about a 50," Paul Pierson, a mascot for the Harlem Globetrotters, told Page 2's Patrick Hruby. "The stench (was) horrible. I'll tell you what: You can wash a costume, get it from the dry cleaners, use Bounce, Snuggles, whatever. But the moment you put it on and go out there for five minutes, that clean smell is gone. And that stench just comes straight through."
6. Interviewing players and managers/coaches as they dress (and undress). There is just something demeaning, both for the player and the reporter, about posing questions to a man sitting around in his underwear.
Especially if he's in the middle of a streak and he's refusing to change his lucky skivvies for fear of jinxing it.
5. Sumo stewards. Sure, there are some unpleasant responsibilities for a clubhouse attendant -- picking up sweaty jerseys, dirty jockstraps, etc. -- but it could be much, much worse. They could be responsible for the hygiene of sumo wrestlers, who can grow so large that they cannot, ahem, properly clean themselves. And we'll just leave it at that.
4. Jockeys and wrestlers cutting weight. It's not enough these guys starve themselves leading up to the weigh-in. Or run laps in rubber suits to sweat off extra weight. But when they kneel before the porcelain god and make like a bulimic supermodel, that's when you have to ratchet up the rating from PG-13 to NR-17.
"Jockey," the recent HBO documentary in its "America Undercover" series, showed just how far jockeys will go to lose weight. The show didn't include footage of anyone vomiting, but it showed the "heaving bowl" next to the toilet stalls at Churchill Downs. And it quoted jockey Shane Sellers as saying he made himself vomit so often that the stomach acid wore the enamel off his teeth. "It sounds gross, and it is gross; but it's reality," Sellers said.

Yeah, it's gross. But it took a lot of practice and talent.
3. Ballplayers chewing and spitting. Given the choice, I would much rather have tobacco than steroids banned from baseball. Tobacco is addictive and the cancer risks are well documented; but the worst part is the way players cram a thick wad of chew in their cheeks and then spit the viscous mixture of chew, sunflower seeds and saliva onto the grass, the dugout floor, teammates' shoes, etc. By the end of a doubleheader, the dugout looks like Wells' kitchen floor.

2. Thoroughbred horses relieving themselves. Say what you will about Moises. He may urinate on his hands, but at least he does it in private. He doesn't suddenly drop his pants and ... ummm, void while he's stepping into the batters box. Horses, however, have no such qualms while they walk around the paddock on their way to the starting gate.
1. Players urinating in their uniforms. Everyone had a good laugh at minor leaguer Jeff Liefer's expense recently when he accidentally got locked in the dugout bathroom. But at least baseball has bathrooms available for those occasions when a player must answer the call of nature before he answers the call to the bullpen. Alas, football fields, hockey rinks, race courses, etc., do not. So on those occasions when an athlete has to go -- and go right now -- but can't leave the field (think two-minute drills and really long drives), they will relieve themselves in their uniforms.
You think it's intimidating to tackle an NFL fullback? Think about wrapping your arms around him and dragging him to the ground when his pants are soaked with urine. Eeeeyyeewwww!
But it gets worse than just urinating in your uniform. In one game, Seahawks center Robbie Tobeck had an intestinal virus that left him with an unfortunate bit of -- how shall we put this? -- severe incontinence.
"I tried going to the shotgun, but we couldn't because of the crowd noise," Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck told the (Tacoma) Morning News Tribune. "It was a bad one."

Originally Posted: Saturday, 26 December 2009, 19:30 GMT
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Another tweet that appeared on my home page from an 18 year old girl:
"I am about to pee my pants if my mom doesn't hurry up and get to a rest stop!"

Follow up tweet:

Just barely made it to the bathroom. . . Almost peed myself

Originally Posted: Tuesday, 05 January 2010, 10:54 GMT
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When John Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth, NASA hadn't anticipated he might need a pee. So he had to go in his pants.

Originally Posted: Wednesday, 20 January 2010, 19:27 GMT
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MELBOURNE, Australia -- Just when you thought you'd heard everything ...

American Donald Young beat Christophe Rochus 1-6, 7-5, 6-2, 6-4 in the first round of the Australian Open Tuesday.

But just as Young had broken serve in the fourth set and started to take control of the match, there was an inexplicable delay.

Young explained: "A ballboy started peeing on himself. So that was really unfortunate.''

You mean that metaphorically, right?

"I looked back and it was dripping on the court,'' Young said. "He ran off. And when he ran off ..."

It left a trail on the court. Well, you can't just keep playing a major tennis tournament with urine on the court. For one thing, it looks bad. But for another, the players could slip in it and get hurt.

"They came out with the blower,'' Young said, "and it wasn't working, so ...''

The delay lasted half an hour.



http://tennis.fanhouse.com/2010/01/19/youre-in-trouble-ballboy-has-accident-on-court-delays-match/

Originally Posted: Thursday, 21 January 2010, 02:45 GMT
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Ballboy Has Accident on Court, Delays Match:

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Just when you thought you'd heard everything ...

American Donald Young beat Christophe Rochus 1-6, 7-5, 6-2, 6-4 in the first round of the Australian Open Tuesday.

But just as Young had broken serve in the fourth set and started to take control of the match, there was an inexplicable delay.

Young explained: "A ballboy started peeing on himself. So that was really unfortunate.''

You mean that metaphorically, right?

"I looked back and it was dripping on the court,'' Young said. "He ran off. And when he ran off ..."

It left a trail on the court. Well, you can't just keep playing a major tennis tournament with urine on the court. For one thing, it looks bad. But for another, the players could slip in it and get hurt.

"They came out with the blower,'' Young said, "and it wasn't working, so ...''

The delay lasted half an hour. (and)

---------same story different website-----

The Australian Open 2010 match between Donald Young beat Christophe Rochus was delayed for a rather unusual: a ball boy had peed himself. The ballboy who peed his pants ended up causing a 40-minute delay. During the fourth set of the Young-Rochus match, Young had just broken serve when the nervous ballboy broke the seal. Officials were forced to delay the match.



"The ball kid peed on himself. It was unfortunate," Young said.

"It took a while to replace him. Then they had to put the sawdust down, or whatever you put down when somebody throws up.

"Then they had to use the blower (to dry the court) but the blower had no gas in it, so that took even more time."

Originally Posted: Thursday, 18 March 2010, 20:31 GMT
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Just saw this on one of my friends FB feeds:

I really need to pee. But if I move I will lose my internet connection. What to sacrifice, my dignity or the internet!? Life is hard!

Originally Posted: Friday, 07 May 2010, 00:12 BST
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http://punditkitchen.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/129170565300368341.jpg <-- funny picture in relation to peeing. They are not actually peeing though... I think...

Originally Posted: Monday, 10 May 2010, 21:02 BST
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"Today, I was pitching in my very first baseball game. I had to pee really bad, but I just had to strike out one more guy before the inning was over. I didn't strike him out. Instead, the baseball hit me right in the bladder, causing me to pee all over myself. Everyone noticed. FML"

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